The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 502

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 502, an organization representing workers in the Electrical trade, was founded in Saint John NB on August 1st, 1929 and today boasts more than 500 Journeymen and Apprentice Electricians in Southern New Brunswick.

Reminder Effective January 1, 2020

All non-working members are required to pay their per capita/basic dues and local dues directly to Local 502.

Working

$41

Not working and off list

$41

Not working or Travelling and on out of work list

$48

Market Recovery ---Journeyman

$49

Market Recovery---- Apprentice

$49

Dues can be paid: ·

  • At the Union hall·
  • At Any Bayview Credit Union (it is a registered bill).·
  • On line through Bayview Union (it is a registered bill).
  • NOTE: Your account number is your dues receipt number.

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 502

26 Kiwanis Court, Saint John, NB, E2K4L2

Please be advised that Local 502 has entered into a preferred provider agreement with Allstate Insurance. If you are looking for Insurance please contact a local Allstate representative and tell them you are an IBEW Local 502 member for a preferred rate. If you are currently an Allstate customer please contact your agent for a rate reduction.

If you, a member of your family or one of your Union Brothers or Sisters needs help please contact IBEW EAP Resource Agent Chris Armstrong at 333-4874 or 696-7379 or Jean Marc Ringuette or Dave Stephen at 635-8535.

JOB / TRAINING LINE# 1 888 286 1177 "Anywhere in North America " Best to use a land line outside of Canada Enter 1 for Jobs, 2 for Training IMPORTANT REMINDER!!! " "The JOBLINE only works after 4:30pm and shuts off at 8am

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